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- This outlet mall is situated just in front of shinkansen station and very accesible. The mall is very huge with many brand stores selling outlet items. The price is very reasonable for some brands. Sports wears such as Addidas and New Balance are worth buying if you can find your size.
The mall is full of people despite pandemic and people can spend hours for shopping in this place.Written 20 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This premium outlet is huge. Not only premium brand shops, the place offers a great view of Mt. Fuji when the weather is good. There are also cafes and restaurants in case you're tired from too much shopping or not into shopping. Overall it is still a good place to go.Written 24 March 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Pretty new outlet near Tokyo with all the usual attractions of a designer outlet. Best way is via direct bus service or by car ( if you drive ). The trip is about 4 hrs plus including the jam at carpark area. As outlet is new the crowds are overwhelming. Most areas are packed to the hilt when we are there & it’s not even the weekends. Food choices aplenty but tables are often packed. If you find the place too crowded I would recommend you drop in at other super stores within the vicinity.Written 9 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The 1Umihotaru is a mid-way stopping point on the Aqua Line. It provides some nice panaramic view of the Tokyo Bay.Written 3 May 2020
- I like the brands here at Rinkutown and I got good deals from different brands since this is also owned by the Premium Outlets chain. There's a shop at the first level that sells luxury bags (slightly out of season) but if you don't mind an older model of a bag then it's worth the purchase. Also the food choices here are awesome especially the restaurants in level 2 serving Nabe and Katsudon.
私はここりんくうタウンのブランドが好きで、これもプレミアムアウトレットチェーンが所有しているので、さまざまなブランドからお得です。 高級バッグを販売しているショップ（シーズン外）がありますが、古いモデルのバッグを気にしない場合は購入する価値があります。 また、ここの食べ物の選択肢は素晴らしいです。特に、レベル2のレストランでは、鍋とかつdonが食べられます。Written 1 March 2020
- Tatehana Ganpeki Asaichi, a.k.a Tatehana Sunday Morning Market is one of the must visit attractions in Hachinohe. It boasts as one of the largest morning markets in Japan, with 300+ vendors and attracts more than 10,000 visitors just in 4 hours of market opened. The open-air market location stretches 800 meters along the harbor front of Tatehana Wharf where fishing boats and merchandise cargos arrive on early Sunday morning, deliver fresh caught seafood and vegetables/fruits from the region. Small local produce growers also supply their homegrown vegetables/fruits, preserved goods to the market. There are many food stalls selling multiple choices of quick hot meals, charcoal-grilled fish and meats on sticks, fresh bakeries/sweets, coffee, summertime cold treats and regional/local specialties. Some large vendors provide tented area with tables and seats. Other small vendors serve finger foods on the sticks or trays. Visitors begin to arrive as early as market opens at 5 am on Sunday. The JR Hachinohe Line operates before 6 am to bring visitors to the site. Individual vendors are not limited to food products; there are handmade arts and crafts, seasonal flowers, kitchen gadgets, antiques, small appliances, miscellaneous items related to the needs of everyday living.
Tatehana Ganpeki Asaichi is only available on Sunday from 5 am to 9 am and from Mid-March to December/New Year Day. For the foreigner visitors who want to experience Hachinohe’s unique foods and culture activities must plan the itineraries in advance to accommodate the Sunday visit to this famous morning market. During our journey to Tohoku Region we planned our visits to Hachinohe on the weekend in mid-August when JR East’s seasonal special joyful train line “Resort Umineko” made available during that time. We used Hachinohe as our base to Oirase and Tanesashi Coast/national parks.
To access to Tatehana Morning Market, take JR East Hachinohe Line, from Hachinohe, direction to Kuji or Same and get off at Mutsu-Minato, then walk about 10-12 min. to the wharf. The earliest departure from JR Hachinohe Station is 5:35 am. A special run Sunday Morning Market Loop Bus Isaba is also available, runs early morning from bus terminal Mikkamachi/Yokamachi in downtown Hon-Hachinohe to Tatehana Gyoko-mae between April and November.
If you have a full day to visit Hachinohe but don’t’ want to use your JR Pass on the local rides (not worth to stamp a day on your JR pass just for the local cheap fare rides) then you may want to consider buying “Enjoy Hachinohe” Card for 700 yen. It covers your one-day train rides between Hachinohe and Taneasashi Coast’s Kaigan Station and Hachinohe’s buses by Nanbu buses and municipal buses; also included is the sightseeing bus Tanesashi Coast Excursion Bus “Umineko”, runs between Same and Tanesashi Kaigan. You can buy this card from View Plaza inside of Hachinohe Station or JR East Ticket Reservation Office at some major stations.Written 14 November 2019
- Aeon Mall Tokoname has plenty of good dining and shopping options like most Aeon malls. We stopped at its branch of Hamazushi for some inexpensive conveyor belt sushi and picked up some random souvenirs at the huge supermarket. The huge manekineko at the entrance makes for a good photo spot. Free shuttle bus from the airport is provided during the day time.Written 27 January 2020
- The Kochi Sunday Market is a must if in the area. I altered my plans for a trip just to make sure I would be in Kochi on a Sunday. Prior to going, I read that the market has been going on for hundreds of years. It starts near the castle on a single road that stretches over a kilometer. I started early here, around 7:30 am and spent a couple hours here walking up and down looking at everything the vendors had to offer. For the most part the market was full of fresh produce. But there were other vendors here selling goods like knives, antiques, plants, etc. There were a few food vendors here as well, I tried the tempura sweet potatoes and went back for seconds, they were great! Markets, are a great way to immerse yourself in local cultures and the Kochi Market should not be missed.Written 2 December 2020
- A very good outlet with a great variety of commodity products at a bargain price. Household, clothing, shoes.... restaurants etc. Do allow at least half a day there. Free parking within walking distance. Toilet facilities available.Written 20 April 2019
- Not so far from Tokyo. Not crowded at all. Even in weekends you don't have to wait for parking. Popular and well known brands. Some good restaurants. Recommending.Written 2 December 2018
- The park although small, was pretty well organised for a 1-2 hour visit. From the parking lot, there will be a bus pickup through the pineapple fields with useful information on growing pineapples. It was then followed by taking an automated cart through some pineapple field and where they provided more information on growing pineapples. After which, there was a walking path where you can take some photos and a mini dinosaur park.
The largest area was the pineapple gift shop that sells and also provides sample of pineapple wine and juice, and other various snacks. You can enjoy tax free with minimum spending of around 4k yen. I particularly liked the wasabi hotate that was sold here. Sliced pineapple sold here was pretty sweet too!Written 6 March 2020
- Lalaport has a lot of interesting shops and restaurants. Convenient to Ebina train station, both Sotetsu line and Odakyu line. One of the better malls for a visitor.Written 3 October 2017
- If u love shopping don miss this place! it's at Kawasaki station. Lots to shop, eat & see. It's always crowded at ground floor area but as u shop, lesser crowd as huge mall very spacious & relax to walk around. If u are first timer, could easily spend half a day shop & dine. Glad to come on Sat, happen that there's performance at open area, very vibrant place with energy! Glad to see some leaves turning colours for autumn ...
If u wish to explore outside Tokyo city area but too far, this is definitely one of the place!Written 1 October 2019
- Something for everyone here - including a proper fresh food market - among the various well known (many globally) chain stores, restaurants and amusements.Written 14 January 2019
- This place is really good to visit , many delicious restaurant and stores in here . Also many local hand made gift can buy for friends.Written 25 May 2017